COLUMBIA: Spring 2009 – Vol. 23, No. 1
COLUMBIA: The Magazine of Northwest History
Spring 2009 – Vol. 23, No. 1
History Commentary 2
Tragedy at Waiilatpu: a new look at old history.
By Robert H. Ruby
A Diamond in the Rough Meets Lady Bountiful 6
Sometimes brash, always determined, May Arkwright Hutton left Spokane a shining humanitarian legacy that only her husband could match.
By Doris Pieroth
From the Collection 13
Selling Washington at the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition.
The Politics of Design 14
How James Wehn came to design a city seal for Seattle.
By Fred Poyner IV
Image Collections Online 21
Dashiell Hammett’s Tacoma 22
The City of Destiny’s rough-and-tumble days immortalized in a literary classic.
By Michael S. Sullivan
Pillar Rock 26
Exploring how human perceptions of place can change over time.
By Irene Martin
Meet Me at the Station 31
A model railroad that teaches Washington transportation history of the 1950s.
By Naomi Jeffery Petersen & Jim Murrie
Retrospective Reviews 34
The novels of Ada Woodruff Anderson.
By Peter Donahue
Additional Reading 35
Columbia Reviews 36
History Album 38
The AYP Exposition through a gazing globe.
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